Although one of the earliest established characters, he was absent from the show for a long period and reappeared in the middle of the show's run. Flowerdew is a dab hand with a sewing machine, especially when, as in The Nasty Affair At The Burami Oasis ,  Seagoon tells him to run up a flag.
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Prince Kion is the son of King Simba and Queen Nala and the younger brother of Princess Kiara. As the second-born cub of the royal family, he is gifted with a power called the Roar of the Elders and becomes the leader of the Lion Guard, a team who protects the Pride Lands and defends the Circle of Life. Despite the tradition that the Lion Guard has always been made of lions, Kion appoints his friends Bunga the honey badger, Beshte the hippopotamus, Fuli the cheetah, and Ono the egret, and together, they set out to keep their homeland safe and protect it from animals who do not respect the Circle of Life. Starting in season 2, the Lion Guard's mission becomes harder when Kion’s deceased great uncle Scarreturns as a fiery spirit and plans to destroy the Pride Lands. Scar forms an army consisted of animals from the Outlands. This eventually leads to an all-out battle between the Pridelanders and the Outlanders. At the beginning of season 3, the Lion Guard have become teenagers and defe...
The Lion Guard
1. Kion (voiced by Max Charles,singing voice by Aaron Daniel Jacob in season 3) – A lion who is Simba and Nala's second-born cub, Mufasa's grandson, Kiara's younger brother, the Prince of the Pride Lands and the leader of the Lion Guard as well as its fiercest member. He serves as the main protagonist of the series. He often exclaims "Hevi kabisa!" His and the Lion Guard's catchphrase is "Till the Pride Lands end, Lion Guard defend!" By the end of the season 3 premiere "Battle for the Pride L...
The Lion King alumni
The characters returning from The Lion Kingand its sequels and spin-offs appear in this series: 1. Simba (voiced by Rob Lowe) – A lion who is Mufasa's son, Nala's mate, Scar's nephew, and Kion and Kiara's father. He is the King of the Pride Lands and the leader of his Pride. Simba and Bunga share a history of having lived with Timon and Pumbaa, as pointed in the season 1 episode "Bunga and The King." Lowe replaces Matthew Broderick, who voiced Simba in the original film and sequel. 2. Nala (v...
1. Tiifu (voiced by Sarah Hyland in Return of the Roar, season 1 and The Rise of Scar; Bailey Gambertoglio in season 2) – A lioness friend of Kiara and a member of Simba's Pride who is somewhat more sensible than her constant companion Zuri. 2. Zuri (voiced by Madison Pettis) – Another lioness friend of Kiara and a member of Simba's Pride who is somewhat vain and hates getting dirty. 3. Makini (voiced by Landry Bender) – A young mandrill who becomes Rafiki's apprentice. She is one of a few ch...
The series was announced by Disney on June 9, 2014 on the run-up to the first film's 20th anniversary. Disney Junior general manager Nancy Kanter stated: "It's kind of like The Lion King meets The Avengers." The series' announcement came after a meeting between Kanter and Disney chief executive Robert Iger. Iger suggested to Kanter that Disney Junior should consider producing content to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Lion King in 2014. Disney had shown early footage to young test audiences, who were able to make suggestions, such as adjusting the look of the hyenas. Disney Consumer Products launched a line of toys to tie into the television series, as well at book titles based on the series such as Return of the Roar, Can't-Wait to be Queen, Bunga the Wise, Meet the New Guard, Fuli Finds Her Place, Join the Lion Guard! and Kion's Animal Alphabet. A sneak peek of The Lion Guard was shown at the 2015 D23 Expo. On August 12, 2015, a sneak peek was shown, with new information tha...
A short-form series called It's UnBungalievable starring Bunga and Ono was produced by Disneynature and premiered on Disney Junioron January 9, 2016. In the series, Bunga and Ono pick two animals to compete in contests such as "Who's Quicker?" "Who Has Better Hair?" and "Who's Hungrier?" The series features live-action animal footage provided by Disneynature.
Like its American counterpart, Return of the Roar premiered on November 22, 2015 on Disney Channel in Canada, while the series premiered on January 17, 2016 on Disney Junior, two days after its American premiere. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Return of the Roar premiered on Disney Junior on February 8, 2016, while the series premiered on April 13, 2016. In Australia and New Zealand, the pilot debuted on February 6, 2016 and the series began airing on February 28, 2016 on Disney Junior. In Southeast Asia, the pilot premiered on March 20, 2016 on Disney Channel (April 11 on Disney Junior) and the series itself on April 17 on the Disney Junior block on Disney Channel.
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A second soundtrack release entitled The Lion Guard: Disney Junior Musicwas released digitally on September 1, 2017.
Max Nicholson from IGN gives the pilot episode score of 7.7, describing the special as "a fun-filled, if younger-skewing, hour television." He praised the pilot for introducing more of the Lion Kinglore, and also the animation, music, and performance of the new voice actors. However, he found Janja and his clan lacked the appeal to make a compelling villain. Ed Power of The Daily Telegraphscored the pilot two stars out of five, labeling it a "Soggy, Sentimental throwback." Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media gives the series four out of five stars, stating "With its strong messages about courage, responsibility, and friendship, this series is a fun pick for kids, and parents who watch with their kids will enjoy seeing the original The Lion Kinggang -- including Timon, Pumbaa, and the eccentric Rafiki -- in cameos throughout the series."
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